Sep 27, 2012 9:00am EDT
. >> absolutely. do it all today too. martha: exactly. bill: we have news from campbell's soup. campbell's soup, on a day when unemployment increased slightly, campbell's soup is lay of off 10% of the its workforce. closing a plant in sacramento, 700 workers there. closing a plant in new jersey. there is crossing by way of campbell soup in new jersey. there is also this. in a fox news alert. breaking word from our own bret baier out of washington. on day one, bret reports that u.s. intel officials knew it was an a terrorist attack and actively hunting down what they believed to be al qaeda elements in benghazi, eastern libya. they were looking for one specific person. they labeled it terrorism from day one to get a policy response. it was internally labeled that terror. this is before susan rice went on the sunday shows, all five of them. there has not been a single fbi agent bret reports on the ground in benghazi as of this day today. more on the breaking news right after the break here on "america's newsroom." martha: a bombshell report that is just coming in this morning, and that is that u.
Oct 1, 2012 6:00am PDT
, nothing brings you together like chicken noodle soup from campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do. bill: the supremes getting down to business. the court has a few matters it could hear that would lead to major rulings. these cases include affirmative action, gay marriage and voting rights. martha: a shocking murder for school.le is unfolding at one a teacher accused of hiring a hitman to kill a former colleague. jamie, how did the police crack this case? >> reporter: 55-year-old teacher allegedly targeted another teacher. authorities say he tried to hire his friend to kill him. that friend took the threat so seriously that he called the fed and in a sting operation he put pepe in contact with a former cop. a florida judge heard pepe tell his friend we wanted. >> how do you want meredith killed? martha: pepe was arrested last week and his intended target robert meredith was so fearful for his life after hearing of the threat he took a job at another high school. he's still very, very concerned. what happens next? >> reporter: the judge refused to let pepe post bail. he said he remains a